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Bydgoszcz fot. Robert SawickiBydgoszcz fot. Robert Sawicki

Tourist attractions in Bydgoszcz. To see a full list of sights and tourist attractions click HERE

Among plenty of sights and tourist attractions in Bydgoszcz you can find such interesting places like:

Bydgoszcz Canal was built in the years 1773-1774 as a part of the international waterway E 70. It connects the Vistula River and the Odra River through their tributaries: the Brda River, the Notec River and the Warta River. The establishment of Bydgoszcz Canal has contributed to the dynamic development of the city. Read more -> Bydgoszcz Canal -> The trial of the historic water engineering facilities

Bydgoszcz canalBydgoszcz canal

Bydgoszcz Cathedral was constructed in the years 1466- 1502. The high altar painting is the thing that rivets the most attention of faithful and tourists.

Read more -> Bydgoszcz Cathedral

Bydgoszcz CathedralBydgoszcz Cathedral

Granaries on the Brda River are the symbol of the city. They have always been a natural city logo.In the past, these were among many grain storehouses in the city, and nowadays they belong to the Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum.

Read more -> Granaries on the Brda -> Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum

Graneries on the BrdaGranaries on the Brda

Mill Island is a spatial heart of Bydgoszcz. One of the most unusual and enchanting places in Bydgoszcz. Water, footbridges, old mills, red-brick buildings reflected in the depths of Młynówka groomed green-all this create an atmosphere of Bydgoszcz river island.

Read more -> Mill Island and Bydgoszcz Venice -> Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum

Mill IslandMill Mill Island

The first Polish Museum of Waterworks located in Las Gdański water intake and The Water Tower in Szwederowo district.

Read more -> Museum of Waterworks -> Water Tower

 Museum of Waterworks, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

Museum of Waterworks, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

Museum of Soap and History of Dirt operates in Bydgoszcz. It offers interactive time travel through the history of cleanliness, dirt and soap making, which has deep-rooted ties with Bydgoszcz. Read more -> Museum of Soap and History of Dirt -> Make soap yourself

Museum of Soap and Dirt - Bydgoszcz fot. T.Markowski
Museum of Soap and Dirt - Bydgoszcz fot. T.Markowski

The Bydgoszcz water tram is perceived as an element of the city public transport, and at the same time is a major tourist attraction.

Read more -> Take a cruise by water tram

Bydgoski tramwaj wodny, fot. R. Sawicki
Bydgoski tramwaj wodny, fot. R. Sawicki

Bydgoszcz Water, Industry and Craft Trail TeH2O was created in 2014 within a European Union project called SHIFT-X www.shiftx.eu that aimed at bringing back the glamour and knowledge of the past industries. TeH2O is an industrial thematic trail that unites the history of 15 organically water-centred places in Bydgoszcz. Read -> Bydgoszcz Water, Industry and Craft Trail TeH2O

Bydgoszcz Water, Industry and Craft Trail TeH2O fot. T.Markowski
Bydgoszcz Water, Industry and Craft Trail TeH2O fot. T.Markowski
Forest Park of Culture and Recreation- Myślęcinek. One of the largest recreational complexes in Poland it covers an area of 830 ha, of which nearly 500 ha are forest areas that include hundred year old specimens of deciduous trees. Myślęcinek owes its attractiveness not only to natural conditions, but also to excellent transport links with the centre of Bydgoszcz.
Forest Park of Culture and Recreation
Forest Park of Culture and Recreation
Covered Market, Bydgoszcz, fot. bci Covered Market was built in 1904, in neogothic-modernist style, designed by the architecture company Boswau and Knauer GmbH of Berlin. The main entrance with two towers and the city coat of arms is highly interesting.

Old Bydgoszcz Canal. fot. R.Sawicki

Time: about 2 hours
The industrial route is an encounter with the old times of former glory, relics of those parts of the city that were setting its rhythm, which used to sound with the clatter of tools and the whirr of machines.

Magic chair, Bydgoszcz, A. Wróblewski

Red magic chair is an exhibit from the popular children's film (Magic Tree), in which city Bydgoszcz played. This chair, according to the plot of the film is made of magical wood that grants wishes. Exhibit is placed near the playground on the Mill

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